Andrew Landry wins the Valero Texas Open at TPC San Antonio, his maiden PGA Tour victory.
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Andrew carded a -4 under par 68 to win the Valero Texas Open by two shots with a -17 under total, and erased some bad memories along the way;
“I think that all those kinds of things really help every player whenever you get in a situation and you fail and you continue to fail.”
“You’re learning every single time.”
“It’s funny that we have two TOUR players that played from a nine-hole goat ranch, seriously.”
“It’s pretty amazing that both of us got out, we had good players to play with.”
“It was crazy, you could be on the PGA TOUR and a guy in Crocs could beat you.”
“I’m not lying.”
Sean O’Hair, -6 under 66 today and Trey Mullinax, -3 under 69 shared second place, those two shots back at -15 under par.
Trey gave credit to the way Andrew played, and his good putting;
“I know my game’s there, I’m playing really well.”
“Give all credit to Andrew, he played really well today, rocksteady.”
“He was putting great, hitting great shots.”